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so i put this anon in case i get no responses loool, but today gcse's ended for me no more revision start of summer and all that BUT i feel like i can't do that because there's a part of me that still feels like i need to revise.

like i'm doing everything i would have done before like watch tv, go on social media but i literally feel guilty doing it? it hasn't been a full day and it's irritating me.

& now i keep thinking about results day and whether i'll get into the sixth form that i'd like.

does/has anyone felt this way? i feel like literal **** oh my god lolol
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just relax!! or maybe try to get a job😊 my sister just left year 11 today too and she feels the same, so she's been applying to tons of jobs lol
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Oh ny gosh me too !
(Original post by Anonymous)
so i put this anon in case i get no responses loool, but today gcse's ended for me no more revision start of summer and all that BUT i feel like i can't do that because there's a part of me that still feels like i need to revise.

like i'm doing everything i would have done before like watch tv, go on social media but i literally feel guilty doing it? it hasn't been a full day and it's irritating me.

& now i keep thinking about results day and whether i'll get into the sixth form that i'd like.

does/has anyone felt this way? i feel like literal **** oh my god lolol
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(Original post by Anonymous)
so i put this anon in case i get no responses loool, but today gcse's ended for me no more revision start of summer and all that BUT i feel like i can't do that because there's a part of me that still feels like i need to revise.

like i'm doing everything i would have done before like watch tv, go on social media but i literally feel guilty doing it? it hasn't been a full day and it's irritating me.

& now i keep thinking about results day and whether i'll get into the sixth form that i'd like.

does/has anyone felt this way? i feel like literal **** oh my god lolol
Feeling similar, I’m probably going to relax for a few days, and then try and get a job or something.
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i've been meaning to get a job so unooo
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just relax!! or maybe try to get a job😊 my sister just left year 11 today too and she feels the same, so she's been applying to tons of jobs lol
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probably cos you're not used to being so productive because same
take that energy into something else like binge watch tv shows, volunteer, work, learn a new language etc.
continuing to be productive and busy could help you?

hopefully you feel okay soon
try not to dwell on the thought of results day.
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take that energy into something else like binge watch tv shows, volunteer, work, learn a new language etc.
Those last three are probably a good idea. But binge-watching telly??
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Those last three are probably a good idea. But binge-watching telly??
yeaa u know
14 episodes a day staying up til 5am sleeping in until 2pm
that's what i did last year i watched dawson's creek and some other shows i can't really remember though

obviously can't do that ever again because i'm growing up and responsibilities
i don't really leave my house so it's my idea of an extreme sport
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Man said binge watching. What energy does that require huhhhh
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me last year
probably cos you're not used to being so productive because same
take that energy into something else like binge watch tv shows, volunteer, work, learn a new language etc.
continuing to be productive and busy could help you?

hopefully you feel okay soon
try not to dwell on the thought of results day.
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Listen. Go and make bread. Work a tough job as well, it will humble you. I worked as kitchen porter after AS, and my life changed. I had money and I became fluent in romainian and bulgarian (jk).

Dont do NCS. I did it year 11, and its not that deep. No unis care, don't let them lie to you. Furthermore, you don't come out with like 10 BFFs. You may keep in contact with 2-3 after on a on and off basis. Ngl it was fun; in week 1 and 2.
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Man said binge watching. What energy does that require huhhhh
i don't understand. are people unfamiliar with that word?
just staying up on your laptop after midnight to watch tv shows and trying to watch as many as you can my g it's so much fun when your eyes are closing and you're feeling dizzy because you hear the birds tweeting but you're trying to finish one more episode

anyway this isn't about that it's about the OP.
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You said take that energy into something else and its mad to think binge watching requires much energy but okay I guess it requires energy when having to switch episodes which means moving your fingers once in a while
(Original post by PureHeroine)
i don't understand. are people unfamiliar with that word?
just staying up on your laptop after midnight to watch tv shows and trying to watch as many as you can my g it's so much fun when your eyes are closing and you're feeling dizzy because you hear the birds tweeting but you're trying to finish one more episode

anyway this isn't about that it's about the OP.
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